poststimulus

poststimulus

(ˌpəʊstˈstɪmjʊləs)
adj
of, relating to, or occurring in the period following the administering of a stimulus
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The electroencephalograph for each trial was segmented with a 200 ms prestimulus to 800 ms poststimulus epoch.
Your eyes give you away: Pre-stimulus changes in pupil diameter correlate with poststimulus task-related EEG dynamics.
Changes in awake, prestimulus, poststimulus BIS, heart rate, mean arterial pressure, pulse oxygen saturation, predicted plasma concentration, Ce of propofol, and remifentanil at both LOC and LOS clinical points were investigated.
We performed the baseline correction feature by the subtraction of the DC offset in the 1 sec poststimulus time, according to ASA software, vers.
On the other hand, we identified the sequence "1101" within the poststimulus time histogram (PSTH)/instantaneous firing rate (IFR) of a cultured neuronal network in Baljon et al.
We found that confidence and attentional state ratings were largely uncorrelated with each other, but both were strongly associated with task performance and poststimulus decision-related EEG activity (Macdonald, Mathan, and Yeung 2011).
Impedance for each electrode was maintained at less than 5 kfh Epochs beginning 100 ms prior to stimulus onset and extending to 900 ms poststimulus were created offline.
2012) found significantly increased wavelet coherence in theta (4 to 8 Hz), alpha (8 to 13 Hz), and gamma (30 to 60 Hz) bands at frontal and occipital regions during 100 to 200 ms poststimulus while performing a visual discrimination task.
In my experimental setup, there are three possible operation modes, "prediction," in which a random binary target is predicted, "feedback," in which the stimulus with a poststimulus potential symmetric to the prestimulus potential is triggered, and "bilk," in which the stimulus with a poststimulus potential antisymmetric to the prestimulus potential is triggered.
Studies have examined rest intervals from immediately post-stimulus to 20 minutes poststimulus.
The N2 is maximal > 300 msec poststimulus over frontal electrode locations and has been attributed to conflict detection or to the decision to withhold a motor response (Falkenstein 2006).
Pre- and poststimulus activation of response channels: a psychophysiological analysis.